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Jenny10

I like perennials, house plants, & interesting plants. I would like to get more plants native to my area & that attract butterflies. USDA zone 9a.

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Jenny10

Love when my #sagopalm is at this #soft #curly stage #topview

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Jenny10

Love when my #sagopalm is at this #soft #curly stage

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Jenny10

#sagopalm

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jeatacake

Wow! 😮

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Jenny10

#sagopalm new babies !

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angeljen

Yeah babies!!!! Whooohooo 😁😁

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anges

Great close up 💚

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Jenny10

Thanks @anges

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laketitlow

Great photo

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Jenny10

Thanks @laketitlow !

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Jenny10

An #upclose #sagopalm of my last picture! I love the little #curls

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savannahssucculentgarden

I've never seen this growth stage so close up. Very cool picture!

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Jenny10

Thanks @savannahssucculentgarden . This is my favorite stage, when they are soft before they get big and prickly.

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Jenny10

A cute baby #sagopalm #frond 😍 I love how #fuzzy and #soft they are.

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matewe

Marvellous pic🌿💚

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Jenny10

Thank you @matewe , did you see the closer up picture that I posted?

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Jenny10

This guy's getting big 😳

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laketitlow

Wow. That is one big palm.

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Jenny10

One of my babies

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heatherdirtyhands

Do u have care tips?

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Jenny10

There's not too much you have to do besides find a sunny spot. When it grows new plants off to the side I take them off to keep them neat.

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dpkgujar

#sagopalm

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ddeaves

Should I plant with soil up to stem or leave root ball out?

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Jenny10

@ddeaves you should leave half of the root ball out.

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